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The Asri Mahal Library

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The Asri Mahal Library
The Asri Mahal Library
After Aurangjeb conquered Bijapur, Asri Mahal, hitherto served as a great archive of Arabian and Persian literature, was looted/destroyed. It is hard to describe the harm this destruction caused to Indian history

See also:
Location of Bijapur, The Embroidered Woolen Cap of Ibrahim Adil Shah II, Bahamani Kings of Bijapur, The Majestic Gol Gumaz

Islamic Arts and Monuments of India
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A Moghul Miniature PaintingUse of Eagles as MessengersThe Majestic Gol Gumaz<br> Bijapur, KarnatakaEmperor Babur
A Courtier in Akbars Durbar<br>Moghul Miniature PaintingThe Towers of Char Minar, HyderabadA Portrait of Tippu Sultan, the Tiger of MysorePainting on the Daria-Daulat Bagh Palace
Nawab with CourtiersIslamic Monument from SrirangapattanaInterior of Amir PalaceYou are here


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